The first time I heard of a candy shack was while driving by the one in the middle of town, where I was taking pictures of turtles.
I didn’t have much time to go back to my car, so I grabbed a handful and headed out.
I saw a dozen people walking by, but none of them were dressed in the same fashion as the candy shack I’d just visited.
It was as if I’d visited Disneyland in an earlier era.
The shop was just about the only thing that could be found on the street.
I took a picture of the turtle candy and posted it to Facebook, thinking that I might see a response.
The next day, the store was on my radar.
A Facebook friend asked me to tag the turtle shack, so here I am, at my house, and the turtle looks just like the candy.
It’s one of the few things I can think of that is so authentic that I couldn’t wait to eat it.
What I found was a post with a picture from a news story about the turtle that was widely shared online.
The article described the turtles as a “candy brand.”
I was taken aback.
It wasn’t like I was trying to market a product or a brand or anything like that.
What had the article said about me?
What was my name?
The article went on to describe me as “a woman who has been living in Florida since I was 18 years old, with a penchant for collecting turtles.”
The article said I am an “experienced collector and turtle collector.”
Did I know anything about turtles?
What does that have to do with me collecting turtles?
As I dug deeper, I found that the article didn’t describe me well.
The description was vague.
The first sentence, “A lot of people find the turtles adorable, but some people find them intimidating,” was an empty statement.
The second sentence said “Turtles are popular among the elderly, and some people enjoy collecting them, too.”
There was no explanation.
I searched for more information on turtles, but the answer was nothing.
I was left wondering why the article mentioned a turtle and didn’t mention me.
I also searched for other stories about the turtles in the news and I couldn.
I read a story on The Wall St. Journal, which said that the turtles were a candy brand.
Then I read an article about a candy shop in a Florida mall that sells turtles.
And then I found this blog post on Tumblr by a man who had purchased a few turtle toys and a candy box from the turtle shop.
In the story, the owner explained that the store’s owner had bought the turtles because she couldn’t find one of her own in Florida.
When I asked her why, she said she had to sell them.
She didn’t say why, and she wasn’t clear on how to make money selling them.
I did a little research and found out that many people buy turtles and then return them to the turtles they brought back.
The owner of the store told me that they also sell other items such as fish and crab.
The Turtle Shop’s owner, Gary B. Huggins, said he didn’t know about my story, and he didn’ know anything at all about turtles.
What did he know?
Huggis didn’t give me any information about turtles or about his store.
I emailed Huggs and asked if I could buy turtles, or if he could make me a turtle, but he never responded.
When asked about my question, Huggts said he doesn’t want to discuss the story.
He said that he doesn’t want to talk about turtle sales.
“That would be really inappropriate,” he told me.
“I’m just going to ignore you,” I said.
He replied, “Then you can go on with your life.”
I told him I was interested in buying turtles.
He told me I could contact him and see if he had any more information.
I called Gary B., and he said he was busy.
The only information I had about turtles in Florida was from a story about a company that sells turtle toys.
The story didn’t specify the company or the turtles.
But Gary Huggas has been collecting turtles since he was 18.
He was living in the Florida Keys, and I had a theory that the turtle toys might be part of his business.
He did a bit of research on the company and found that it was called Turtle Toys.
When Gary Hoggs first began selling turtle toys in Florida, he bought a handful of turtles for his family, and they became his favorite.
I asked Gary if I might find some turtle toys online that might sell.
Gary didn’t want any of the information to be published or shared with anyone, and said he couldn’t share it with anyone.
But I sent him a few photos of turtle toys he’d made.
Gary had given me several pictures of the turtles that he made, and as I continued to research the